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Soccer-Paraguayan player dies of viral infection in Indonesia (Yahoo)

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Default Soccer-Paraguayan player dies of viral infection in Indonesia (Yahoo)

JAKARTA, Dec 4 (Reuters) - Paraguayan soccer player Diego Mendieta, who played for Indonesian club Persis Solo last year, has died of a viral infection, local media reported. The 32-year-old striker died late on Monday in a hospital in Solo, Central Java, the Jakarta Globe reported. The paper said Mendieta had wanted to return home but had been unable to do so as the club owed him four months' wages which totalled 120 million rupiahs ($12,500). ...

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